Here are some more photos from Squam. I was so impressed with my cabin mates who braved the 60 degree or maybe lower water temperature. I felt compelled to stay on the dock and document the leaps.
It’s hard returning to daily life after a wonderful vacation. Squam art workshops
Since biking is killing(training for the Ride to conquer Cancer) me. My story of Squam in photographs.
“Today, break a few bars and venture into territory that initially
makes you say, “Oh no, I could never.” That phrase is a sign that
you have bumped up against the bars of your cage. Notice if it
comes with a nervous laugh instead of genuine revulsion (because
of course if you are cruel or unkind, those bars are there for good
reason.) Do something today that you think is too delicious,
too selfish, too wacky to fit within the rules of your life.”
~ Get Out of Jail…Insight from Martha
I felt this is the perfect inspirational quote for my birthday.
I wanted to share a few photos of my biking team members
Since tomorrow is my birthday for some reason it seems the perfect time to start blogging again. I have missed it meaning blogging not my birthday .
Plus I figure this blog is a good way to share my biking adventures. I am participating in John Hopkins ride to conquer cancer. Please click here for more information
At the moment I’m fairly confident about the riding but I’m petrified about the fundraising. I guess that is my subtle indirect way of begging for donations.
Thank Charlie for your amazing birthday DAY.
Originally posted on herewearegoing:
Friday, April 25
I arrived at Sue and Pat’s house at about 9:30p.m. Good neighbor friends visiting, drinking ensued. Cody arrived around 11:15. Drinking continued for a bit but mostly we were all in bed by midnight after having agreed to rise at 5:30 and who would take their allotted five-minute shower in what order.
Saturday, April 26
5:30a.m. We rose. We coffee-d. We showered. By 6:35 a.m. we were headed…
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